DBGM: "SONS & MOTHERS "
   

A Gala Reception Benefitting Depressed Black Gay Men, Inc. Saturday November 15, 2014 from 6:00pm to 8:00 pm at Joan Weill Center for Dance. 405 W55th Street (at 9th Avenue) New York, NY 10019

"Choosing not the path of least resistance but one of challenge and uncertainty.: Reverend Angel and his friends took on the role - and the weight - of

community activists in order to create parity for the Black gay community.

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"Listen to me, I'm Speaking Out! Breaking the Silence of Depression in Black Gay Men" is the working title of a book ripping open the veil and the

mystery surrounding mental illness in the Black and Black gay community.

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Sons & Mothers Unite to Heal
The idea for the groundbreaking support group Sons and Mothers came toDBGM President and CEO Antoine Craigwell and a colleague a couple of years after Craigwell contemplated suicide for the second time.

Documentary about Black, gay men with depression to be shown May 18th at History Museum Sunday May 18th kicks off national prevention week, which aims to increasing public awareness...

'You Are Not Alone' exposes the truth behind silent pain the film screening of the eye-opening documentary...


Director Lee Daniels teams with Terrie M. Williams and Antoine Craigwell to screen black gay men and depression documentary. Mental health activist and author of the critically acclaimed book entitled "Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We're Not Hurting"

Guyanese premieres documentary on Black Gays The documentary breaks a taboo in the Black and Black Gay Community.

Other Side: Documentary examines depression among Black Gay Men by D.A Steward

Who's The T: with Rasulli

I DID IT: Lunch with a Total Stranger

Antoine Craigwell, President DBGM, and Charly Joaquin Dominguez: Gala Exhibiting Artist discuss the upcoming Depressed Gay Black Men benefit gala

 

Dedicated to creating a safe haven for LGBT older people in Harlem, East Harlem and the Bronx and connecting them to services in their community.

 

DBGM and Emblem Health Neighbourhood Care together with Harlem Pride and SAGE Harlem collaborated to present a screening and discussion. The beginning of a series of collaborations and events specificall for the Black gay community.

 
 
 
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